Will and Kate Sugar High: Sure, Why Not Make a Royal Wedding Doughnut?

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Courtesy of Dunkin' Donuts

Nothing says “Congratulations!” like a high-calorie doughnut.

So the chefs at Dunkin’ Donuts have dreamed up a “royal wedding donut” to honor the future Mr. and Mrs. William Windsor. The heart-shaped sweet is filled with jelly, and topped with vanilla icing and a chocolate drizzle. Dunkin’ Donuts franchises throughout the U.S. will offer the limited edition doughnut from April 24 until April 29—the day the young lovers finally tie the knot. And while love don’t cost a thing, this deep-fried snack will set you back at least 89 cents.

A spokeswoman for the international coffee and doughnut chain tells NewsFeed that the company’s British-born chief executive Nigel Travis—born and raised in Woodford, Essex—is particularly excited about the royal nuptial. And so are the folks at Baskin-Robbins, Dunkin’ Donuts’ sister brand. They’re preparing an ice cream cake topped with white and blue roses for sale in the U.S., Canada, U.K. and Australia.

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